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Sunday, November 15, 2015

Can You Feel Your Face?

While listening to the radio, I heard a song about a dude with a serious problem and his woman who is in denial about it.

First he sings, "I can't feel my face when I'm with you." What in the world could
cause one to not be able to feel one's face? Is it paralyzed at the same time? Perhaps the dude had some kind of stroke that deadened the nerves in his face or maybe he has some form of cancer where the cells have gone awol. Can he not feel his entire face or just one side? It could be Bell's Palsy if it's just one side. Skull fracture, tumor, high blood pressure, Lyme's disease--there are gazillion possible reasons for not being able to feel one's face, and none of these are good.

Does his face droop, too? "Do his ears hang low, do they wobble to and fro." 

Sorry, I couldn't resist.

Then again, the dude sings, "But I love it." Why would he love having a numb face? That would make me nuts. Not feeling one's face does not strike me as a normal feeling or something one should love.

Maybe this is a case of domestic violence. Did the chick strike him across the cheek with a frying pan or something. That must be it! The dude is a masochist and his sadistic lover experiences sexual pleasure in numbing his face. Plus, he states, "I know she'll be the death of me." Yep. She's a pan swinger all right. Maybe she beats him with a sledge hammer, too.

Then again, "She says, 'Don't worry about it'." Now, I don't know about you, but if I couldn't feel my face, I'd be worried. Is she in some kind of denial about his problem. Whatever the case, I suggest she starts worrying and takes him to the doctor ASAP . . . especially if he has other symptoms, like drooling or difficulty talking. Then again, he has no problem singing.

The dude is on drugs.

Here's my latest bit of irony. While running a 5K with my dogs, they tripped me and I face planted the gravel. I have swelling, scratches, and bruises to the
face. Not feeling it might be something I'd like about now. What a difference a day can make. Too bad Halloween is over. I could have had fun scaring the kids. I wonder if anyone will notice at work, tomorrow. I think I'll just have to milk this for all it's worth.

As a side note, I ran the rest of the race, got home, opened my bag, and found the wrong sized t-shirt. That sucks!


Sandee said...

Bwahahahahahahahaha. Well not you falling down, but the rest of it.

Have a terrific Silly Sunday. ☺

Tony McGurk said...

What really concerns me about the poor boy is that he said the worst is yet to come. He's already in serious medical trouble. What else is she gunna do??? Acid bath???
Love the way you analyzed this Joyce, really funny. Hope you have a silly week

messymimi said...

Ouch! My sympathy, i hope you heal quickly. Perhaps you could wear a sign that says, "You should see the other guy!" and make them all laugh.

Linda said...

Great post. I am sorry to hear about your fall! That has to hurt. :( Take care of yourself.

stevebethere said...

I like the way you put this made me laugh

Crikey Joyce that could have been a lot worse you were lucky and it's good to humourise it too, LOL @ Halloween and could have had fun scaring the kids your sooooo wicked lmao

Have aa scarytastic day Joyce (damn that didn't rhyme)

Binky said...

Good for you for finishing the race! I think I would have just sat there on the ground and let the dogs drag me home.

About JollyJilly said...

Ouch hope you milk it good at work lol

mail4rosey said...

You def. deserved the right size t-shirt after that one. Sorry to hear you fell. Road rash on your face (or anywhere) is never fun!

Stacy Uncorked said...

OMG Joyce! You about had me fall out of my chair from laughing! Well, not about you falling on your face, that instigated some sympathy pain. ;) Thanks for the giggles! Hope your face feels soon. :)

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John Holton said...

Thanks for "Do Your Ears Hang Low?" I'm getting to the stage where I remember a song like that and ask myself, "was that actually a song?" The kids even had the hand movements I remember.

Colette S said...

That is definitely a weird song.

But wow on the face hurt. I would love to hear what the people thought at work. You know, they are going to be whispering abuse :D

Glad you finished the race though, even though shirt was too big.


Cathy Kennedy said...

Joyce, your poor, poor face! I know that had to hurt. Your dog probably felt terrible for tripping you up. That's just the basic response of most canines. Thanks for the humorous write up and music. Your face rocks! Oh, what I meant to say is YOU ROCK! :D Have a tunetastic week!

Rhonda Albom said...

Ouch. Your poor face. the rest pretty funny.